Canterbury Bells

(Campanula medium) Elegant and graceful, the delicate Canterbury Bells flower is native to southern Europe. It has long been enjoyed in landscapes and cut flower arrangements. Canterbury Bells are biennial, meaning that the large, showy blooms will appear in the plant's second year. Seeds germinate in 14-21 days. Surface sow seeds and very lightly press them into the soil or cover with a super thin layer of vermiculite or fine potting soil, as the seeds require light in order to germinate. Start seeds indoors in spring or directly sow them in the garden. Ideal germination temperature is 72-75 F. Do not allow seeds to dry out until germinated. Hardy in USDA zones 4-10. In hot regions be sure to plant in partial shade.

 

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